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MLB player kneels during inhabitant anthem

OAKLAND, Calif. — Bruce Maxwell of the Oakland Athletics has turn the first major joining ball player to kneel during the inhabitant anthem. Maxwell forsaken to a knee just outward Oakland’s cave on Saturday before a diversion against the Texas Rangers, adopting a criticism started by former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick in response to police diagnosis of blacks. …

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Library book returned 78 years later

ATTLEBORO, Mass. — – It took scarcely 80 years, but a book borrowed during the Great Depression has been returned to a Massachusetts open library.  The Attleboro Public Library posted on its Facebook page Thursday pictures of a duplicate of “The Young Lady at Home,” by T.S. Arthur. The book was returned this week. The due date hammered at the back …

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What’s in a name? Plenty

Entertaining and suave are two disproportion that really request to some of the surprising entries we’re seeing on birth certificates these days. WHAT’S IN A NAME is the Cover Story, reported by Susan Spencer:  New York businessman Michael Ayer never had difficulty making decisions. But picking a name for his only son was a tough one. “Traditional WASP-y names — …

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Is an surprising name good for you?

September 24, 2017, 9:22 AM| A match by the name of Susan Spencer explores because some-more and some-more relatives currently are gifting their babies with less-traditional names, from North West to Moxie Crimefighter Jilette. She talks with Michael Ayer, whose 15-year-old son is named Billion Ayer.

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Almanac: "60 Minutes" debuts

September 24, 2017, 9:22 AM| On Sep 24th, 1968, Harry Reasoner and Mike Wallace introduced the insubordinate TV series “60 Minutes,” combined by long-time executive writer Don Hewitt. Jane Pauley looks back at the entrance of the newsmagazine that has featured large noted moments over the last half-century.

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And the rope member played on

September 24, 2017, 10:08 AM| Reading teacher Dawn West, 52, says the very happiest days of her life were the ones spent as a member of the West Virginia University marching band. What’s extraordinary is, she never left, attending classes just to sojourn a member of the band. Steve Hartman meets the lady who may be America’s only lifetime college …

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Calendar: Week of Sep 25

September 24, 2017, 10:56 AM| From a Broadway low-pitched landmark to National Coffee Day, “Sunday Morning” takes a demeanour at some important events of the week ahead.Jane Pauley reports.

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Anthony Weiner faces sentencing in latest section of sexting drama

NEW YORK — It seemed as if Anthony Weiner had hit stone bottom when he quiescent from Congress in 2011.  “Bye-bye, pervert!” one heckler shouted as the Democrat quit amid revelations that he had sent striking pictures of himself to women on social media. Time has shown his self-destructive play had only just begun. Weiner, 53, is set to be …

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Undercover cop, airman destitute in St. Louis protests repudiate role

ST. LOUIS — An clandestine St. Louis police officer and an Air Force major who lives in the area were among several people who contend they were forcibly arrested last weekend in the city even yet they were not participating in protests over the exculpation of a white former officer in the killing of a black suspect. About 120 people …

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2nd video shows man punching Calif. cop before sharpened (GRAPHIC)

A second video has emerged of a man punching a Southern California police officer moments before being gunned down by the lawman. The officer fatally shot the unclear man outward a Huntington Beach 7-Eleven on Friday morning, in an occurrence that was prisoner on bystander video. Earlier snippets of the video, released on social media Friday, were featured at the …

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